Anyway, I've been trying to get some voiceovers for flash cartoons recently, and for some reason my mike doesn't work on the specific PC I'm using. I've tried it on an older Windows 95 machine and it works fine. I've also checked all the internal volume options and made sure nothing was muted. Finally, I made sure it was on. Normally, a mike should make sound when plugged in even if you aren't recording, through the speakers, but this gives me nothing on my "good" PC.
Just a few minutes ago, I was trying to record some speech with a CD going in Windows CD Player. To my surprise, Sound Recorder didn't pick up on the mike, but on the CD I was listening to! I don't know what I did to have that happen, but now when I try to record something, it seems to only capture what's being output, not input.
Anybody care to clue me in on what's going on here, if you can? I'm A+ certified, and majorly annoyed at the fact we didn't even mention the microphone jack in the class. Thanks.
EDIT: By the way, I wasn't sure if this should be in the Hardware tab, but I figured it would go here because I know the mic works. I'm sure there's some software problem... I think. X_X
Edited by Sinfox, 13 July 2005 - 05:42 PM.